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PH Embassy in Iraq repatriates two Filipina victims of molestation, illegal recruitment

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Nov. 20, 19 | 4:38 pm

Photo credit: Philippine Embassy in Iraq

Two Filipinas, who were involved in molestation and illegal recruitment cases in Erbil, are finally coming back home to the Philippines.

The Philippine Embassy in Iraq, through their Facebook page, thanked those who helped them in the resolution of these cases.

“After a long wait, tonight they are flying home to the Philippines. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,” the post of the Embassy read.

They also thanked members of the Filipino Community in Baghdad who visited the Embassy on Tuesday. They brought clothes and toiletries for victims of trafficking who are still under the Embassy’s custody.

Meanwhile, the Philippine Embassy in Iraq has reminded the Filipinos of the risks in dealing with illegal recruiters.

In a post on Sunday, they warned that most of these recruiters post job hirings on social media with the tagline “Free Visa, Free Flight Ticket, No Processing Fee!!!”.

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2 OFWs who share a husband arrested in buy bust ops

2 OFWs who share a husband arrested in buy bust ops

Two female overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), who allegedly worked as couriers for a woman known as 'The Godmother', were arrested in an anti-illegal drugs operation in Bacoor, Cavite, according to a GMA News report. The police conducted a raid and found 635 grams of...

PH to start termination process of VFA

PH to start termination process of VFA

Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on Friday said he has asked Defense Chief Delfin Lorenzana to start the termination process of the Philippines' Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States in retaliation for Washington's cancellation of former police chief...

1,000 Filipino nurses needed in the US

1,000 Filipino nurses needed in the US

A company offering immigration services said it has vacancies for 1,000 nurses in the United States for 2020. Front Fortich, chief operating officer of Fortich Permanent Immigration Services said there are important developments and bright prospects for Filipino...

House to tackle ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal in February

House to tackle ABS-CBN’s franchise renewal in February

The House of Representatives is set to deliberate the fate of ABS-CBN franchise renewal in February, barely a month before it expires. House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano said Thursday House Committee on Legislative Franchises headed by Palawan Rep. Franz Alvarez will...

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